Huntsville Alabama Map

Huntsville Alabama Map

Huntsville Alabama
Huntsville is in Madison County Alabama in the central part of the far northern region of the State of Alabama. Huntsville is the county seat of Madison County. The city extends west into neighboring Limestone County. If you would like to become a sponsor, advertise a related location, service or vacation spot that would add to the usefulness of this site, please email us: staff@digitalalabama.com.

Lee County Alabama Map

Lee County Alabama Map

Lee County Alabama Map
Lee County Alabama is home to Chewacla State Park, the Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art, Bean’s Mill, the Salem-Shotwell Covered Bridge and the Grand National Golf course which is part of the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail.

Calhoun County Alabama Map

CALHOUN COUNTY ALABAMA

Calhoun County is a county in the east central part of the U.S. state of Alabama. As of the 2010 census, the population was 118,572. Its county seat is Anniston. Calhoun County is home to two major military installations, the now-decommissioned Fort McClellan and Anniston Army Depot.

Map: 1888 Alabama

Title
Map of Alabama.
Summary
Shows drainage, township and county boundaries, cities and towns, and the railroad network in colored lines.
Contributor Names
Alabama. Railroad Commissioners.
Created / Published
Chicago, 1888.
Subject Headings
– Railroads–Alabama–Maps
– United States–Alabama
Notes
– Scale ca. 1:1,150,000.
– “Prepared expressly for the Tenth (10th) Annual report of the Railroad Commissioners of Alabama.”
– LC Railroad maps, 179
– Description derived from published bibliography.
– Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
Description
Shows drainage, township and county boundaries, cities and towns, and the railroad network in colored lines.

Map: Streight’s Raid Route in 1863

Route of Streight’s Raid through Northern Alabama, which started at Nashville and was eventually headed for Rome, GA. Streight’s Raid included the Battle of Day’s Gap. Straight-lines simply connect the places in chronological order and should not be considered anywhere near accurate route paths. Nashville, Tennessee (April 7-10) — proceeded by river
Palmyra, Tennessee (April 11-13) — proceeded on foot
Yellow Creek, Tennessee (April 13-14) — proceeded on foot
Fort Henry, Tennessee (April 15-17) — proceeded by river
Eastport, Mississippi (April 19-21) — proceeded either by foot or river
Bear Creek/River, Mississippi (April 22) — proceeded on foot the rest of the way
Tuscumbia, Alabama (April 24-26)
Mount Hope, Alabama (April 27-28)
Moulton, Alabama (April 28)
Day’s Gap, Alabama (April 29-30)
Battle of Day’s Gap (April 30)
Skirmish at Crooked Creek (April 30)
Skirmish at Hog Mountain (April 30)
Arrival at Blountsville (May 1)
Skirmishes at Blountsville (May 1)
Skirmishes at the East Branch of the Black Warrior River (May 1)
Skirmishes at the crossing of Black Creek, near Gadsden (May 2)
Damaged ammunition while crossing Will’s Creek, near Gadsden (May 2)
Gadsden, Alabama (May 2)
Blount’s plantation, about 15 miles from Gadsden (May 2)
Skirmishes at/near Blount’s plantation (May 2-3)
Centre, Alabama (May 3)
Cedar Bluff, Alabama (May 3)
Surrender to Confederate Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest outside Cedar Bluff, Alabama (May 3)
Taken to Richmond, Virginia as prisoners of war

Transferred from en.wikipedia to Commons. This map was created using Streight’s Report, available at Wikisource.